Pop out art has always captivated me, I still struggle to draw a regular drawing, yet somehow these artists have no problems creating masterpieces. 3D drawings is an amazing form of art, where the 3D pencil drawings seem to literally jump off the page. Most artists use graphite pencils for creating the 3D look. Easy 3D drawings are usually small drawings like alphabets, characters which are created in a fun way. 3D drawings are usually drawn in a certain angle to give the floating look, it involves a lot of shading. Artists also use color pencils to give special effects for their drawings.
Take a look at the 25 examples of 3D drawings and be inspired. Just make sure to click the images to support the artists in this collection.
When it comes to logo design, there are few colors as visceral as red. Commonly associated with fire, hearts, and roses, the warm color exudes boldness, beauty, and inspiration. This may be why red is so eternally appealing for companies, brand and design managers. Historically the color red has been seen as a sign of a revolution, socialism, and communism. The color red in logos is a popular choice for today’s businesses. Food and restaurant brands like McDonald’s, Arby’s, Kellogs have based their brand around the color red. It’s not just food brands, mega media companies like CNN and Youtube also feature red heavily in their logos. The color red is bright, robust and timeless, making it a great color of choice for your new logo design.
Scroll down to see 30 examples of creative red logos. Just make sure to click the images to support the artist.
Red Peg Design
Sarah Michelle Krikhely
The Job of an editorial illustrator is to create images that grab a readers attention and engages them in the topics being discussed. When it comes to producing a magazine or newspaper, the worded content is just the beginning. The overall design of the product must entice and highlight the article’s importance as well as providing a beautiful aesthetic to the style. Historically, editorial illustrations are caricatures that accompany political satires on newspapers. These days, editorial illustrations have gone beyond the world of politics; and can be just as savvy and artistic as the articles they cover in magazines.
I have curated a list of 25 talented editorial illustrators I absolutely love. Each of these illustrations has developed a unique style, and honed their ability to tell a story through images. Just make sure to click the images to support the artists.
Tom Clohosy Cole
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Tang Yau Hoong
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Pencil drawing is a form of visual art that makes use of any number of drawing instruments to mark a two-dimensional medium. Artists use everything from graphite pencils, to charcoals and pastels, in capturing the emotional response that they want to evoke from their viewers. At some time period or other, nearly every great artist has produced notable works in pencil which only further underlines its universal appeal. In this age of digital art, pencil drawings still hold an important place. Art is a visual language of beauty which comes on many forms where an artist draws an inspiration from a person, object, or even from his or her imagination. Although sometimes art is meant to stress it’s detachments from reality, hyperrealism practically erases the line.
I gathered 25 Realistic Artwork from just pencils. I hope you enjoyed looking at them as much as I did.
That’s it, Thank you for stopping by. The tools that each artist used are simple just pencil and paper. With a whole lot of practice and dedication, you could draw something like this too with a little patience and hard work. So I hope you enjoyed this collection if any art stuck out the most let me know in the comments below, Have a great day.
Engaging with a personal project can be an extremely good way to aid your progress as an artist. Not only does it force you to come with wild ideas, but it also allows you to think creatively and gives you focus as an artist. It allows you to tell a story that you want to tell, to try something you’ve not tried before and to reach the new ground with your projects. If you’ve ever wondered about pursuing a passion project in your free time, check these out as proof of the amazing things that can be done with just spare time you have.
Color can be very communicative in logo design, with every hue having a distinct meaning. Like the color blue, it means, in many cultures, symbolizes wisdom, trust, depth, intelligence, confidence, faith, and truth. Blue is also considered as the color of nature since it is in serene skies and bright blue sea. For this very reasons, the color blue was chosen carefully. You can bet the logo designer made his or her choice with regard to the emotion that the color invokes in the target audience. The following 30 logos use blue to their best advantage.
Scratchboard art is a type of medium or techniques which uses sharp tools for etching the white clay coated with ink, to produce intricate almost 3D-like black and white illustrations this technique is used to make impressions and images on the Scratchboard. This form of art style is very unique in the sense that the art is alive, giving great dimensions in the details of the picture. It’s amazing to see how a simple Scratchboard knife can create striking imagery on a blank board. Here are some beautiful examples of Scratchboard art that caught my eyes.
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Painting is a language to express the feeling which is left incomplete when tried to explain with words. Painting is the art of using brushes and other tools for applying colors and pigments to a firm base, creating wonders. Painting is a form of art that has a long history that extends back to the very ancient times in all places and cultures around the world. This form of art played an important role but today, I’m going to show you how the paintings we know and love changed over the years and that modern painting is the next big thing.
We all have pens in our homes, whether a Bic or another type of Biro pen. This tool for writing is transformed into something magical in the hands of the right person. Pen art became its own genre, with many artists focusing on their own styles. A great ink drawing carries a certain evocative power that stems from the cleanliness of the finished work.
Talented artists made these amazing drawings you’re about to see. Their drawings strongly differ from one another, but these artists are not only relying on their natural talents, but they also put in hard work and practice in further developing their skills. So make sure to support them by checking them out.
That’s it, Thanks so much for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed this collection. I hoped any of these pen drawings inspired you to draw more often. If there are any drawings that you like the most than the others comment below and let me know. Have a great day!